Educating communities about the harmful effects of cyber abuse.


DLF offers complimentary virtual presentations to students grades K-12, educators, parents, members of law enforcement and community businesses. Our curriculum is reviewed by curriculum specialists, mental health experts, and the department of education to ensure age-appropriate and accurate information. Schedule your presentation today!

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Take the Pledge ™

The ellipsis, with three red dots, serves as a reminder to Stop and Think before posting. When a pledge sticker is placed on a device, it says to others, “I pledge to never use my device as a weapon.” Take this pledge as an individual, with your family, or as a group. Order your free pledge stickers.

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Haley’s Heroes

Haley, David’s cousin, spent her life honoring his memory, promoting a culture of kindness and advocating for change. If you know someone who exemplifies these values, nominate them to be one of Haley’s Heroes. Read more about Haley’s story and submit your nomination.

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College Scholarships

Each year, David Molak Kindness Scholarships are awarded to students committed to making a difference. These $1,000 scholarships are competitive and open to all Bexar County graduating seniors. Learn more about the criteria and submit your application.

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Be the Change – Student Empowerment

High school students are empowered to take change into their own hands by leading by example on campus and through their communities. Starting, or joining, a Be The Change group at your high school is a wonderful way to get involved. The DLF office can help you get started with best practices and sample activities.

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The Upstanders Documentary

The Upstanders is an IndieFlix film about resilience and the power of connection to end bullying and cyberbullying.

Highlighted in this film are programs and laws that have already reduced bullying/cyberbullying and features David’s Legacy Foundation founders, the Molak family.

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